author Doug Turner <doug.turner@gmail.com>
Tue, 03 Feb 2015 17:00:00 +0100
changeset 243715 840987c23fc597bdaad4567c2387ba1aa06c65d0
parent 236314 41c37790896e424e2743811d3d19be00068ce941
child 247710 47134f7bf549b5d079b239fb3c58886e5403069a
permissions -rw-r--r--
Bug 1045229 - Beacons are not associated with windows. The current window based filtering that the network monitor does will skip requests that come from sendBeacon(). Here we explictly look to see if the network channel is from beacon by looking at the loadinfo. r=dcamp, a=sledru

/* -*- Mode: C++; tab-width: 8; indent-tabs-mode: nil; c-basic-offset: 2 -*-
 * vim: sw=2 ts=8 et :
/* This Source Code Form is subject to the terms of the Mozilla Public
 * License, v. 2.0. If a copy of the MPL was not distributed with this
 * file, You can obtain one at http://mozilla.org/MPL/2.0/. */

#ifndef nsBaseScreen_h
#define nsBaseScreen_h

#include "mozilla/Attributes.h"
#include "nsIScreen.h"

class nsBaseScreen : public nsIScreen


  // nsIScreen interface

  // These simply forward to the device-pixel versions;
  // implementations where global display pixels may not correspond
  // to per-screen device pixels must override.
  NS_IMETHOD GetRectDisplayPix(int32_t *outLeft,  int32_t *outTop,
                               int32_t *outWidth, int32_t *outHeight);
  NS_IMETHOD GetAvailRectDisplayPix(int32_t *outLeft,  int32_t *outTop,
                                    int32_t *outWidth, int32_t *outHeight);

   * Simple management of screen brightness locks. This abstract base class
   * allows all widget implementations to share brightness locking code.
  NS_IMETHOD LockMinimumBrightness(uint32_t aBrightness);
  NS_IMETHOD UnlockMinimumBrightness(uint32_t aBrightness);

  NS_IMETHOD GetRotation(uint32_t* aRotation) {
    *aRotation = nsIScreen::ROTATION_0_DEG;
    return NS_OK;
  NS_IMETHOD SetRotation(uint32_t aRotation) { return NS_ERROR_NOT_AVAILABLE; }

  NS_IMETHOD GetContentsScaleFactor(double* aContentsScaleFactor);

  virtual ~nsBaseScreen();

   * Manually set the current level of brightness locking. This is called after
   * we determine, based on the current active locks, what the strongest
   * lock is. You should normally not call this function - it will be
   * called automatically by this class.
   * Each widget implementation should implement this in a way that
   * makes sense there. This is normally the only function that
   * contains widget-specific code.
   * The default implementation does nothing.
   * @param aBrightness The current brightness level to set. If this is
   *                    nsIScreen::BRIGHTNESS_LEVELS
   *                    (an impossible value for a brightness level to be),
   *                    then that signifies that there is no current
   *                    minimum brightness level, and the screen can shut off.
  virtual void ApplyMinimumBrightness(uint32_t aBrightness) { }

   * Checks what the minimum brightness value is, and calls
   * ApplyMinimumBrightness.
  void CheckMinimumBrightness();

  uint32_t mBrightnessLocks[nsIScreen::BRIGHTNESS_LEVELS];

#endif // nsBaseScreen_h